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Lethbridge Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1912, Lethbridge, Alberta AViMliicMhiy, ncfciiiber II. 1!M2 THK LETIIBKII)GE;DATTT HEKAI.D A Good Thing will Not Last Long Doniiiiioii Square is scllinn-' very rapidly. You will bt! sorry when spriu^i;' ooines tiial you \v(m;o iioL one of ihc early investors in (his property. Every lot ii building proposition, liinii, dry, and level. Use a little ro]-c-sight and buy now. Call at, our oHiee ,or jdione 1235. Mitford & Co., Owners Opposite Herald FOR ATLANTIC WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED Kxcluslve rights' to dlsnose of lote In Subdivision .6, Block 1, at a price am) tornis .that ought lo Insure tholr Immediate dlspoeal. Thyso lobs arc situated on 6th Av*;nue North and'Sth AveniJo A. North, within 150'yards of l.'ith street. Prices range from |295 to fSSO.OO each with >erms of iriO.OO down and balance of !(2Q per mouth. ThlB Is a splendid opportunity for anyone liccutlng.'olose-Iri property with the price and terms right. There are only 12 lots, so get In now If you want one. North Lethbridge Realty Co. PHONE 636 NORTH LETHBRIDGE Without Money and Without Price Section 'J9, Township 2, Range 23, five miles oast of Wool-, ford, in the world-famed Winter Wheat district, of Alberta-200' acres broke, three miles of fence. Yon can have this section oC land for one-half of Seven Crops, If you are the right man, and have Rot the otufit to do with. No Interest, no price on the land. Just a straight one-halt of seven crops. AVho's it? O. T. LATHROP ^�rm Ltnda ttafford Block Carina Loam Fire Insurance Money to Loan CHEAP HOMES 5 room, 2 storey house, on 1 1-2 lots, near Galbraith School- $15no-terms, $75.00 cash, $2r).0O monthly. Kive roomed, fully modern cottage, on one lot, bait block from car line, $2300.00. $250 caah, balance in five years. T 'o-;'Vi . The G. Bi Bowman Agency aCADlABkOCK. MEDICINE HAT If voii are IooUIiik for a ipiick turnover, try a small investment in .Medicine Hat. Call at our olllee and we will show you how we have marir money for our clients who have handled Ihi* property. AVn can deliver, If taken at once, the following lots: Six lots corner, in good block. CouBins & Sisson, 13750-$1750 cash, balance in li and 12 months. ., i'^lve good lots, corner In the Merald, ?3100-$1275 cash; balance in six and- twelve months. Three lots, Hioc;; IS, Noitli / .-', 2U0 feet from Clay Products I'laiu, foot lots, at $15(10 each-Terms. Wight lots In good subdivision. ?175.00 each, one-quarter cash, balance In lour, eight and twelve months. J. Harris & Company .-REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE- Steamship Agenct; C. P. R. Labor Agents and General Employment Agency. Room 3, BEGIN BLOCK, Lethbridge. PHONE 1412 POST OFFICE BOX 531 Paris, Doc. 10.-Crossing the Atlantic l>y airship Is now possible in a short time, according lo a company ot Oermaii capltallHts who recently formed a conipany to exploit, lis i> lUfans of long distance travelling, a new type of dlrlglhln balloon devised by lierr Rcrnor, a well known German onglnoor, which Is inoudly railed the Aerial Criilaer. I'laii.? for Ihc realization of this hchonio iirf now well under way and have already advanced lo the point of choosing the site of a hanger on the i'hiropnnn side of the Atlantic, tlic exact location of which, however,, Is kept a secret for the moment. In the near future Now York will ho visited by lOrnesi. Ounther Hcnsel, the representative of the company, who was In Paris this week with the |!'obJect of ascerlnlnlng If there would be the inoBl suitable landing place for aerial cruisers, bringing their load of l)as8cngers. from Europe. The Inventor and those backing him, assen tlirft not only will the nr.w balloon carry more than three hundred people and make .the journey In two and a half days, but they also maintain that safety and comfort will be the chief features of the journey. The ship will iiave its own power for rising or descending which will permit the doing away with ballast and take on account of the loss of gas. The average speed is estimated at 67 miles an hour. The alvsblp will have a lifting fOTce of 210 tons, which will enable it to carry 21() passengers with a crew of 102. The total cost Is calculated at $4ti5,000. A feature on which stress Is laid by the Inventor Is the immunity of the airship from explosion, even if struck by lightning. The lifting force will be supplied by fifty-five separate small balloong. which arc covered by a large envelope and Isolated from tt�e outer air by a compartment llUed 'with non-explosive azote gas, which also Iirotocts the motors and their reservoirs. A model airship has already been constructed down to the smallest detail and aerial experts, who haTe been allowed lo examine Its special features, are convinced of the practicability of the scheme. Count Von Der Dolti!, president of the German Air s-lilp Association and vice president 'Of the International Aeronautic Abso-clatlon, is reported to have said the other day lie would not hesitate to be among the first passengers to cross the Atlantic In it. He thought It would help Germany to obtain the supremacy of the air. LADY SHOT A VERY LARGE MOOSE Kdmonton, Dec. 10.-Kolm I'lymatc, at. athletic yoiiag woman inin^ wiili her parents nt 709 l. | ccuted. The laugh started when the brought in a \crdict accotdingly. (irsi ward bishopric comprising iiislinp The U. N. W M. V were not sat- Anderso* and Messrs. Allred ivnd He-,ld isfied and found ukuu- suspicious eir- nang a trio, and Increased when they ciimstancps, and while they were 1 responded with an original encore. London, Dec. 10.-A. C. Gardner, of the Daily News, contributes to his newspaper a long character study of Andrew Carnegie, In which he suggests to that "distributor of surpluses" a new way of avoiding the "disgrace" of dying rich. Mr. Gardner declares that If Mr. Carnegie really said "the man who dies rich dies disgraced," the Iron-niastcT himself is In great danger of dying disgraced. The editor continues: "l^or so far it is estimated that he has made no serious breach In bis millions. He has given away forty millions sterling, but as fast as he dispenses the balance aceuiuulates. Once, it is said, lie did seem to be shifting his golden mountains, but then came .i-n appreciation In his steel trust securities and once more he wag lolled. "It is a |)tlifnl thing lo be struggling alone one's days to and to slrus-glo unavallingly. working on tlic ci�se, Price lied to this ,city ami cut his throat. It was only today (hat I'lu-e was known to be implicated in llie inurdcr and since it has been learned that he had ! admitted to friends that he feared I the police suspecteii hiiii. .\n inquest on the remains cil Price wins held today but no verdii-t was reached. The tcllliti; the aiidlenco, for the most iiart th.'it they could sing. People hardly, had Ihi'ii- faces stralglit when Will Uodd gave his "Pcuuilai- Sayings oi' i Popular l'(?o|ile" going. The pun was screccliingly I'unny and was well given The feature of Uie evening, bow- mounted police lia\e left to bring where the government refuses to is- ^,^5.. Warwick and a man named .las. sue licenses, while in others temperance .seiilituent is strong and sulhci-ent petitions (or a Ucensi; could not be secured. This leaves ;-ili5. inuui-oipalities under the licen.se sysleni, including the ciglity involved in Ih'e .lamiary conlests. The local option leaders are Kaiiguiiie of success in a nuiinrity (if these, althouRh they agree lliat eadi year the'figlit .Sproutle. ONIONS WERE WELL COOKED Chicago, Dec. ID.-Onions were cook ed by the ton toniglu when a warehouse lillod with I bom caught lire and blazed up rapidly, a lew doors from li west side hospital. The hospital I oflldals requesitd tb.' Ilremen not to be" I ..,.,,.,,1 n,,i.. a' St a comes harder, as the easier places have been attacked and carried first, while the held is also limited by'the fact that alter an unsuccessful effort i'jiiollier contest- cannot be brought on until lliree years elapse. was A TIF. GAME Glasgow, Dec. 10.-The cup game between Alicrcorii and Arbroath yes-tordny respited in a draw, belli teams scoring one goal. The game will bo repliiyod on U<*��raUcr 21, sound their gongs or make unnecessary noises, and Ihc lire chiefs eoni-iniinlcalcd with theli- lieutenants by signs and sent iiou-s 10 the pipe men. The slli'iil lire ru.'bt was rolled, however, by the powerful oilor of the cooking onions which pcvvadcil the entire district within a hair mile radius. Several llreme-n were overcome by smoke and one pipe crew after another was put out of commission after the tear compelling powers of the onions on the lower lloors. i ever, was llic muKical sketch, "nilly itaymond. Ilallbui-k," an original thing I'.y (leor,i;e Hreworlon, showing a good plot iu a very funny selling. The selling was cnliaiKCd by the appearance on till' stage of an octette of ftn.v-niond's fairt'st maidens in their brothers' < oniiili.'ti' wearing apparel. .Miss Vouiig as Hilly Uaymoiul was exceedingly bright and clever in lier acting. The fun was made ninslly by her slslur, .Miss tot holyn Young, who Is a (Jose second lo .Miss 'I'outlg in clever platform work. It Is Impossible here lo meiitlcii more of the iirlncliiala, more tliaii to say tlml some new talent appeared and did credit to themselves and their Instructors. About %:m was raised for the ex ponse fund of the iiieotlng house. "Mr. Carnegie has failed lo get,rid,, ot his fcrtune by building his JifteGii;, hundred libraries and his six thousand church organs and his palaces ^of, peace and his institutes and by founding his Scotch University schemes and his hero funds in all countries.., Why don't he try another method? Why should ho not spend the rest of his days and his resources in warring' against the twelve-hour day and the seven-day week of tlio steel truat? That trust Is the most colossal moriu-' ment that the mammon ot modern industry has conceived. "Its cnpllal of $1,100,000,000 le-halt water. Upon that water vast dividends are paid out ot the excessivo. hours and underpaid employees. That cannot bo a pleasant thought'for-Mr, Carnegie as ho wake's up to the sound of the bagpipe at Sklbo Castle. Fdr it was ho who broke the union that gave the serfs at least a fighting chance." KILL HOILAN WITH KINDNESS London, Dec. 10.-The Daily News, I Liberal I argues that if the other dominions adopt the tiaiiadiaii policy 1)1' liiillilini; s)il))s. then leaving iis the 11,-si of luaintalnanco we are In dan- i SI.-.- ()\ lieiiig killed by kindness, i Cliureliiirs formula also vanishes, and ' tlie visia of naval iirolllgaey is'llmit-, less. The News also returns lo 'the foiistitiitionul. aspect ot tho (juestlon^; claiming that what tlie Thuea luii.!^ _ favorably as a gradual modlUcatioTi of ; exirilliig constitutional rehitlonsa bo-1 Iween Britain and the overseas dominions should be approachc-^ aytjioi'li' lativoly by the parliaments and pco-: pies concerned, not Insinuated as. a] casual iucldont of admiralty admlnis-tralloi). northcliffe buys irish home Dublin. Dec. 10,-Lord NoTthcll'6:,o' liHs Just purchased a house in t)io village of Chapel, near Dublin, tor wliich, in view of its interesting his-lory, ho had to pay (|uite a strong price. Ivord Northcllffe purposes to . pass a considerable part of his time in Ills Irish homo. Fred Doborty, wlip was slated lo play In Halifax, will join ihe Toronto professionals. FIGHTING DREAD CHOLERA Trieste, Dec, 111.-Tho AustrolInn-gary government is taking rlgorniis steps to prevent the spread of cliolera from the Palkaii lialllc groiiiids iiilo tills eoiinlry, ''I'd-day a mild iiunran-liiie went into operalioii liere, ,A1I passiuigeis arriving via tlic .Midilcr-ranean and Adriatic were balled and HubJect'Ml lo medical e.vaminalion. It is hoped Ilia! the cold ueullur will stamp out, the disease. Sole Selling . .One fine situated lot on 9th Street South (near Third Ave. South) tt;.V,200-Terms, One and Two Yejii's The Dowsley - Mulhern Land Co. Sherlock Bldg. 7th Stv 52 2419 60 ;